Standalone Temperature USB Data Logger with LCD Display
This standalone data recorder captures over 16,000 measurements across a temperature range of -35 to +80°C (-31 to +176°F). With a simple button press, you can toggle the onboard display to switch between the current temperature log, the lowest, and the highest temperatures recorded during the session.
Setting up the USB temperature data logger is effortless, and reviewing the saved data is hassle-free. Connect the unit to a PC’s USB port and utilise EasyLog software. This software is available for free. You can visualise the data through graphs, print it out, and export it to other applications for in-depth analysis.
The USB data logger EL-USB-1-LCD includes a ½ AA battery and a wall mount clip.
- -35 to +80°C (-31 to +176°F) measurement range
- Stores over 16,000 readings
- EasyLog software available as a free download
- Logging rates between 10 seconds and 12 hours
- High contrast LCD, with two and a half digit temperature display function
- Immediate, delayed and push-to-start logging
- User-programmable alarm thresholds
- Status indication via red and green LEDs
- Environmental protection to IP67
- Facilities management
- Housing and business premises
- Outside environmental data
- Agriculture and animal welfare
USB Data Loggers from Process Parameters
In addition to USB data loggers, Process Parameters offer an extensive range of custom-built temperature probe sensors, thermocouple sensors, thermocouple connectors, and Pt100 temperature sensors, manufactured in the UK to your exact requirements. We also supply pressure transducer sensors, temperature gauges, temperature transmitters, infrared thermometers and thermal imaging camera products.
What is the Red Light on the EL USB 1 Data Logger?
The initial LED blinks in red, denoting an alarm state of the EL-USB-1-LCD. This occurs when the recorded temperature surpasses a Low or High alarm threshold. The subsequent LED blinks in green when the EL-USB-1-LCD isn’t under an alarm state.
How Does a Temperature Data Logger Work?
A temperature data logger records and stores temperature measurements at set intervals. It uses sensors to monitor temperature, with data often retrievable through software or devices.
Why Use a Data Logger Instead of a Thermometer?
Data loggers offer continuous temperature monitoring over time, recording trends and variations. Unlike thermometers, they can store data for analysis, even when not actively monitored, providing valuable insights and data history.